Panel: The Power of Representation in Brand Building
Panel Description: Hear from four brand-builders on ways to be more inclusive and diverse in your marketing, media, and staffing. We’ll be challenging the status quo while having an honest discussion about why more representation of WOC/POC/LBGTQ+ groups is needed across the board.
Join award-winning arts, culture and current affairs podcast, Stance, as they bring together some of the most exciting voices in the British film and television industry, sharing insights and advice to pave the way for the next generation. We will hear from renowned actor, Pearl Mackie, best known for her role as Billy Potts in Doctor Who; BAFTA Breakthrough director, Destiny Ekaragha; and Head of Development and award-winning independent film producer, Farhana Bhula. Expect tips on how to get into film, the invisible roles you don’t hear about, translating your vision into a reality, the challenges, and a live Q&A. Plus, hear about some of the defining films that inspired these rising stars to embark on their careers.
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Why Don’t You…? at The Sharp Project will have a workshop on podcasting facilitated by Chrystal Genesis from Stance & Emma Goswell from Gaydio Radio.
The festival asks the question: Are you growing increasingly frustrated by the under-representation of many voices in society - large groups of people growing up having no value attached to their perspectives - so why don't you decide to do something about it?
Hear how Chrystal launched Stance Podcast on Trump's Inauguration day with the aim of giving a larger array of people the same amount of space, creativity and intellectual weight as others, and how Emma, Gaydio’s Drive Time presenter, this Autumn, is set to launch her own podcast series – Coming Out Stories.
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Stance will be recording live at the 2018 YBCA 100 Summit in San Francisco on Saturday 3rd November, recognizing 100 people, organizations, and movements that are using their platforms to create change and move society forward.
Ahead of release on 2nd November, Dogwoof Films are pleased to announce a series of London preview screenings of BLACK MOTHER: For More Details and Tickets: Click Here
Join Chrystal Genesis from Stance Podcast as she hosts a Q&A with Khalik Allah following the screening of his new film Black Mother. This special screening and Q & A will give you an insight into a visionary that has been described by the New Yorker as 'one of the most original documentary filmmakers working today',
Part film, part baptism, in Black Mother director Khalik Allah brings us on a spiritual exploration through Jamaica. Soaking up its bustling metropolises and tranquil countryside, Allah introduces us to a succession of vividly rendered souls who call this island home. Their candid testimonies create a polyphonic symphony, set against a visual prayer of indelible portraiture. Immersed into the sacred, the profane, and everything in-between, Black Mother channels rebellion and reverence into a deeply personal ode informed by Jamaica’s turbulent history but existing in the urgent present.
Stance Podcast previously interviewed Khalik Allah in Episode 18 of their award winning podcast series.
What does Heartbreak mean to you? Join award-winning arts and current affairs podcast, Stance as they present a fresh culture-filled look at Heartbreak in London.
Expect energetic performances and lively discussions around creative responses to Heartbreak, including poetry from award-winning writer Bridget Minamore's debut collection, Titanic which explores the sensibilities surrounding love and loss. Enjoy Live Stand-Up from award-winning comedian, Yuriko Kotani, who will be looking at the funny side of heartbreak.
Hear from Founder Sophie Holmes on the cult-followed Achey Breaky Heart Zine, plus advice on how to create your own DIY Zine. Writer and The Quietus Reviews Editor Anna Wood will curate and dissect the most significant Heartbreak in London classics in music with Stance.
Plus, relationship psychologist and broadcaster Anjula Mutanda will be our very own on-site Agony Aunt answering all of our Heartbreak queries throughout the evening.
Liberia East London: 7:30pm Doors/8pm Start Click here to book your tickets
This event is part of Second Home's City Life Festival. Running throughout October, the festival will explore the relationship between urban spaces, communities and identities and champion London as a place of inclusivity and diversity.
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Want to make it in radio or podcasts? Curious about audio and diversity? Hear from creatives Chrystal Genesis and Renay Richardson at this event on 23rd October.
Having worked for the likes of BBC, Audible, Spotify and Netflix, Chrystal and Renay have seen the state of diversity behind the mic – and they’re not impressed. Come and hear them talk frankly about the audio world, with Q and A, and time to meet other people passionate about diversity in the creative industries.
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Hosted by Rally, a creative diversity community that exist for all minorities in the creative industries, You won’t want to miss this.
Chaired by Chrystal Genesis from Stance, Authors Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené offer an inspirational, honest and provocative take on navigating the map of life as a black woman.
They explore education, work, dating, representation, money and health – life – in a talk illustrated with stories from their own lives, and from interviews with dozens of the most successful black women in Britain, including Amma Asante, Charlene White, Jamelia, Denise Lewis, Malorie Blackman and Dawn Butler MP.
Slay in Your Lane recognises and celebrates the strides black women have already made, while providing practical advice and inspiration for those who want to do the same and forge a better, visible future.
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A powerful immersive audio experience woven from anecdotes of micro-aggressions faced by minorities in everyday life created by Stance Podcast. Guests are invited to participate and leave their own experiences or reflections on a piece of paper in an artist-designed 'Humdrum Box' at the exit.
Newly commissioned for the Soundhouse project and is one of the events happening as part of the month-long installation Soundhouse: The Listening Body.
Participants will receive a copy of the printed guide accompanying Soundhouse: The Listening Body (worth £4) featuring newly-commissioned essays and illustrations.
The Humdrum Artwork is by Erin Aniker Illustration
Everyone has a voice and a story to tell. Podcasting is a platform that is a highly appealing mode of content particularly amongst women and other minorities. But how can the podcasting community level the playing field? Join award winning Stance Podcast at Shout Out Live 2018 featuring an Interactive Panel Discussion alongside some of the UK’s finest radical female voices to celebrate podcasting and its power to highlight the intersectional experiences of all women.
Join Stance Podcast as they hear real life accounts of what it is like flee your home country as a child. Stance podcast speaks with guests who share their stories of leaving their homeland, arriving in another and what came next. They discuss memory, adulthood and how their experiences shaped their outlook. This is in collaboration with Counterpoints Arts and The Open University as Tate Exchange Associates. The Counterpoints Arts Who Are We? programme runs from 22nd - 27th May.
Historically, London has been hailed as an exemplary city in designing for diversity and integration, in part due its patterns of social housing. However, following the Grenfell tragedy, we must ask: is London really designed for everyone? Decisions about the design, planning and management of the cities we live in has a significant impact on our feeling of belonging and security, social mobility and real or imagined barriers between communities. Stance Podcast investigates whether or not inclusive design can help reduce xenophobia and inequality, as well as foster a shared sense of community in London today. This discussion is part of symposium with COMPAS in collaboration with Counterpoints Arts and The Open University as Tate Exchange Associates. The Counterpoints Arts Who Are We? programme runs from 22nd - 27th May.
Join Stance Podcast as they explore sexless relationships in a live recording to unpick the social history, current questions and look for answers. The expert panel includes Anjula Mutanda, Relationship psychologist, broadcaster and author and Professor Jacqui Gabb, Chair of Sociology and Intimacy at The Open University. Visit Southbank Centre for tickets.
Join Stance Podcast for a night of sound, movement, and film paying tribute to the cultural heartbeat of London - its vibrant, eclectic people and stories.
Over two nights KK Outlet will be hosting RnR – a short run restaurant in collaboration with Riposte & Rita’s from 27 & 28 November. For each evening Riposte have curated a line up of inspiring women to give short talks in between courses on topics linked to their latest issue.